Super League matches in Greece to take place without fans for two months

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Super League matches in Greece will take place over the next two months without any spectators, according to AMNA.gr.

The announcement was made by Greece’s government spokesman Pavlos Marinakis on Monday during a press briefing.

It follows the recent incident of sport violence from last week where a 31-year-old police officer was seriously injured during a Olympiakos volleyball game.

The spectator ban will commence from now until February 12, 2024. 

Marinakis shared that the ban also extends to the Greek Cup games and friendly matches of Super League 1 teams, as well teams playing in Super League 2.

He said that the ban “for obvious security reasons be extended to the Olympiacos FC match next Thursday for the Europa League.”

Source: AMNA.gr.

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